Introduction Ipamorelin, a pentapeptide, demonstrates interesting potency and efficacy in stimulating growth hormone (GH) release, both in laboratory studies and in living organisms. In both animal and human research studies, ipamorelin is believed to raise plasma growth hormone (GH) levels. Furthermore, ipamorelin may also promote body weight increase in animals. Ipamorelin, like pralmorelin and GHRP-6, has no effect on prolactin, follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), luteinizing hormone (LH), or thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) levels. To...Read more
Introduction Sermorelin is a synthetic growth hormone (GH) secretagogue that has been developed to stimulate the natural production of human growth hormone (HGH) in the pituitary gland. Its clinical applications include the diagnosis and treatment of growth hormone deficiency in children. It is often times called the growth hormone Sermorelin. Originally developed in the United States during the early 1980s, Sermorelin played a crucial role in aiding researchers in the identification...Read more
Introduction The HGH fragment 176-191, derived from the C-terminus of Human Growth Hormone (HGH), is believed to exhibit several potential beneficial effects. In mice, prolonged administration of HGH 176-191 has been found to effectively induce weight loss by affecting obese fat cells. The research chemical may even enhance the sensitivity of lipolysis (lipid metabolism and fat-burning). Due to these properties, HGH 176-191 is commonly referred to as the “lipolytic fragment”...Read more
Introduction There is a compound in the scientific community that has stirred up the interest of researchers trying to understand how growth, differentiation, and cell signaling work. The chemical name for this substance is LR3 Insulin-like Growth Factor-1. IGF-1 LR3 has the potential to greatly advance our understanding of cellular processes due to its unusual structure and wide range of roles. IGF-1 LR3 is a peptide composed of 70 amino acid...Read more
Introduction Humanin is a potent endogenous peptide originating from the mitochondrial genome. Comprising 21 to 24 amino acids, its synthesis location determines its length. The remarkable properties of Humanin mainly stem from its ability to bind with both intracellular and extracellular receptors within the body. Through this mechanism, Humanin exerts potent neuroprotective and cytoprotective effects. The commercially-available Humanin refers to the synthetic version of the peptide. It is believed that Humanin...Read more
Introduction KPV Peptide, derived from the alpha-melanocyte stimulating hormone (α-MSH), is a potent anti-inflammatory peptide with potential benefits in various areas of health. It shows feasibility in addressing inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) by reducing inflammation and improving symptoms. Thus, KPV peptide demonstrates qualities similar to approved anti-inflammatory medications. Additionally, KPV Peptide has been studied for its role in promoting the wound healing process by facilitating tissue repair and reducing inflammation at...Read more
Copper Peptide GHK-Cu 2:1 Powder Introduction Do you know what HK-Cu 2:1 Copper Peptide powder is for? Do you know that it has a potential for “skincare health” and “wound healing?” If you want to learn more about it, let’s take a look at the content below and discover how it works. Before digging into the general overview and data of this water-soluble product, remember that HK-Cu 2:1 Copper Peptide and other...Read more
PAL-GHK, also known as Pro-vitamin A or palmitoyl oligopeptide and palmitoyl tetrapeptide-3, has been found to have significant benefits for the skin. Pal-GHK is a hybrid peptide made up of one fatty acid and one peptide.
Oxytocin has become a buzzword in recent years, touted as a cure-all for everything from social anxiety to relationship problems. But what exactly is oxytocin and what does it do? Let’s take a closer look.
Based on a naturally occurring peptide called epithalamion that is isolated from the pineal gland, epitalon is a short synthetic peptide made of four amino acids (alanine, glutamic acid, aspartic acid, and glycine).